Shoot first, aim later
4 Dec 2012 |
tags: abortion, Ireland, media ethics
Ireland's Press Council was praised by the Leveson Inquiry. But it hasn't put a stop to the group think in the Irish media.
Ireland’s abortion furore
19 Nov 2012 |
A mother’s death becomes instant propaganda for dismantling protection of unborn children.
The decline has peaked
13 Mar 2012 |
tags: family, feminism, global financial crisis
The dark days for marriage and the family are drawing to an end, says an Irish market researcher.
Redeeming the dreary
25 Oct 2011 |
tags: Christianity, literature, ordinary life
When will artists discover the drama and richness of ordinary life?
Upstanding or grandstanding?
6 Sep 2011 |
tags: Catholic Church, child sexual abuse, Ireland
The Irish government is understandably furious over a report on clerical sex abuse. But is it courageous enough to examine the scandals for which it is responsible?
Ireland’s torment continues
27 Jul 2011 |
The Vatican has recalled its ambassador after a blistering attack from the prime minister.
Friends at long last
1 Jun 2011 |
tags: Ireland, reconciliation, UK
The visit of Queen Elizabeth was a watershed moment in the turbulent history of Great Britain and Ireland.
Does teaching need to be this hard?
19 Apr 2011 |
Teachers at a British school went on strike earlier this month because their students were so unruly.
Nothing could be better
1 Apr 2011 |
Christopher Hitchens, the archpriest of the New Atheism, is dying. What's next?
Christianity is so yesterday, says UK high court
2 Mar 2011 |
tags: Christianity, UK
There is no place in British law for Christian beliefs, despite centuries of Christianity, two High Court judges have held.